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    Harmony “Secure Deluxe Comfort Booster” Review - Automated Feed from the Official Car-Seat.Org Blog!

    The Secure Deluxe Comfort Booster is a new backless BPB from Harmony Juvenile Products.  It’s rated for children from 30-110 lbs and from 34-57″.  Needless to say, those weight and height minimums are way too low for a backless booster.  I know some 1-year-old children who would meet those minimums (and that’s a scary thought), so let me be very clear [...]




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    Re: Harmony “Secure Deluxe Comfort Booster” Review - Automated Feed from the Official Car-Seat.Org Blog!

    It does look like a really nice seat for an appropriate child,and I hope that the owner of the company, who was so kind as to visit us before, and who did honestly seem sincerely interested in child safety, wil reconsider marketing his product to tiny child who should still be rearfacing. I think i would certainly consider this booster for my 11 year old.

    Alex, 8 Katie, 12 and Annabelle Jan 2017

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